These 2 West Ham youngsters could be the next Marcus Rashford
Striker Jahmal Hector-Ingram has been at West Ham since the age of eight, and has been in stunning goal-scoring form over the last few years.
The 18-year-old first appeared for the Under-18s side back in 2014/15, scoring five times in just 11 starts, before making his debut for the Development Squad just a season later, where he found the net against Arsenal and Aston Villa to help them to a seventh place finish in Division 2.
However, this term has seen the forward take it up another level as, back in amongst the Under-18s set-up, Hector-Ingram has scored 12 goals in just 17 games for the side to help them to fourth place in the South Division table, five points behind third place Reading.
The striker has also impressed in the Under-23s team this season, netting four times including once in Premier League 2 back in October, so he’s clearly on the upward curve and with a genuine chance of breaking into the first team over the coming years.